Amyntas

Origin : Ancient Greek,

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Amyntas Expression, Amyntas Soul Urge, Amyntas Inner Dream

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Additional information Amyntas:

additionalDerived from Greek αμυντωρ (amyntor) meaning "defender". This was the name of several kings of Macedon.

songs

Songs about Amyntas:

songsCount on Me (Amyntas & Daniar Remix) by Aresoft from the Album White Vibes - Progressive Session #14

songsAmyntas by Mechina from the Album Xenon

songsAmyntas by Miguel Herz-Kestranek from the Album Miguel Herz-Kestranek - Live aus dem Wiener Konzerthaus

songsAnmerkung zu Amyntas by Miguel Herz-Kestranek from the Album Miguel Herz-Kestranek - Live aus dem Wiener Konzerthaus

songsCloe found Amyntas lying by Deller Consort and Stour Music Festival Chamber Orchestra Alfred Deller from the Album Blow: Ode on the Death of Mr. Henry Purcell

songsCount On Me (Amyntas & Daniar Remix) by Aresoft from the Album Glovel Records Brasil Essentials

songsCount On Me (Amyntas & Daniar Remix) by Aresoft from the Album Glovel Records Summer Anthems [Explicit]

books

Books about Amyntas:

booksAmyntas by André Gide (2010)

booksAmyntas: North African Journals by Andre Gide and Richard Howard (Apr 1988)

booksAmyntas and Phyllis: The Pastorals of Thomas Watson (C1555-1592) Interpreted in English Verse by Albert Chatterley... by Thomas Watson and Albert Chatterley (Nov 1, 2012)

booksAmyntas

booksAncestors of Amyntas Shaw and His Wife Lucy Tufts Williams, Showing Mayflower Lines Never Before Published from... by Josephine C. Frost and Isabella Marion Shaw Knowlton (Apr 3, 2010)

booksAmyntas by A Gide (1926)

booksAmyntas. by André GIDE (1947)

wiki

Wiki information Amyntas:

Amyntas
Military Person, Deceased Person, Person

Amyntas was a Macedonian officer in Alexander the Great's army, son of Andromenes from Tymphaia. After the battle of the Granicus, 334 BC, when the garrison of Sardis was quietly surrendered to Alexander, Amyntas was the officer sent forward to...

Amyntas III of Macedon
Deceased Person, Person

Amyntas III, son of Arrhidaeus and father of Philip II, was king of Macedon in 393 BC, and again from 392 to 370 BC. He was also a paternal grandfather of Alexander the Great. He is historically considered the founder of the unified Macedonian state.